Samuel “Sam” Herevia 42, a loving father, brother, son and fiancé went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, January 21st, 2021.
Visitation: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm Sunday, January 31st at North Point Church, 933 Ranch Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76131.
Service: 10:00 am Monday, February 1st at North Point Church, 933 Ranch Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76131.
Interment to follow at Greenwood Memorial Park, 3100 White Settlement Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76107.
Sam was born to Samuel and Minerva on October 24, 1978. He grew up and lived in Fort Worth, TX where he graduated from Pascual High School. At the age of 22, he became the proud father of Sam Anthony Herevia. Since he was a small child, Sam was thought of as being a very kind, generous, honest, respectful, and well-mannered person by all that knew him. He regularly assumed roles and responsibilities for those he cared about most beyond what was expected of him. He served not only as a big brother, but also as a father figure to David Herevia. As an adult, Sam was always there for his friends and family when they needed him. Though he worked two jobs, Sam always managed to make time for his loved ones, despite his busy work schedule. Soccer was Sam’s passion. He regularly played on multiple teams, both indoor and outdoor, in a single season, and made many great friends over the years, including his best friends Alex and Diego. Sam was very competitive. His enthusiasm and “never give up” attitude was the driving force that rallied his team to victory on more than one occasion, even when defeat seemed imminent. He was also a big online gamer; his favorite game was Call of Duty (all of them). Sam took pride in his appearance, and was often described as a sharp dresser - he always looked very GQ. Sam was a very lovable guy with a great sense of humor and a big heart. He was very optimistic, always had a smile on his face, and never let anything bring him down. He always had a plan and loved setting goals for himself.
In 2019, Sam began dating Adriana, who would become the love of his life. They shared a competitive nature and enjoyed playing soccer, loteria, online games, and collecting prizes at Dave & Busters. Sam was extremely excited about the next chapter in his life - making Adriana his fiancé, whom he had planned to marry in 2021. Sam greatly impacted and enriched many lives. He will be deeply missed, but never forgotten. He is survived by his son, Sam Anthony Herevia; his mother, and Stepfather Minerva & Kevin Booth; his father and stepmother, Samuel & Sandra Luz Herebia; brothers, David Israel Herevia & David Manuel Herebia; his fiancé, Adriana Rodriguez and his dog, Geo Herevia.
Benito Diaz, 74, gained his wings and went home to be with our Lord, January 14, 2021 in Fort Worth, Tx. He was born in Guerrero, Coahuila, Mexico on June 30, 1946. He worked for Vulcan Materials and retired after 36 years.
Preceded in death by his parents, Benito and Amada Diaz; son, Donald Benito Diaz; sister, Lety Diaz and brother, Jose Luis "Wicho" Diaz.
Benito is survived by his loving wife of 50 years, Elida Diaz; sons, Benito Medina, wife Margie, Lesley Diaz, wife Kathy, Jacky Diaz, wife Audrey, Andy Diaz, wife Veronica, Eduardo Medrano, wife Josefa; brothers and sisters, numerous grandchildren and many great grandchildren.
Manuel Ibanez Cisneros, age 81, went home to be with the Lord, January 4, 2021. He was born August 14th, 1939 in Fort Worth, TX. He was the youngest child of Henry Cisneros and Guadalupe Cisneros Camargo. A very lowkey man, Manuel lived his live with great humility, humbleness and simplicity. When Manuel was eleven months old, his father perished in a gun fight while defending his brother in the Stockyard area. After this tragic event, Manuel stayed in an orphanage with his two older siblings Lola and Raymond “Ray” Cisneros. From there he grew up in the historic Northside area where he discovered his spirituality and became involved in the Catholic religion. Manuel worked at a warehouse in Fort Worth and took pride in his work – knowing that a job well done gave him great purpose. In his later years, Manuel found comfort in his brother Ray’s family and moved in with niece Ramona and her husband Ernest Ramirez. Manuel always knew family drama was temporary, but his love for his family would last forever.
“I was blessed and will cherish all the memories you shared of your life and Mexican heritage. Rest now tío, you are in peace and have joined the rest of our family in Heaven. Love you." – Victoria Cisneros Ayala (niece) “After my grandfather, Raymond Cisneros passed, gran tío Manuel helped me discover the heritage and legacy of our family and I will forever be grateful to him.” - Carlos Eric Lopez (great nephew) We love you tío Manuel and send you all our love as you head off on your final ride and embark on new adventures with God.
“Courage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway.” - John Wayne.
The family has requested to keep funeral services private.
17/Agosto/1996 – Enero/07/2021
Sus padres Cesar y Esmeralda Sonora; su hermano, Richard Sonora; sus tias, primos y demas familia y amigos.
Ruegan una Oracion por su alma y eterno descanzo, ya que fue un gran hijo, gran hermano y un gran amigo.
Sus Servicios funebres se llevaran acabo el dia Viernes 15 is de Enero del 2021 en la Iglesia Santa Rita ubicada en 5550 E. Lancaster Ave., Fort Worth, Tx 76112.
9:30 am – 11:30 Velacion – Recordacion, Memorial 11:30 am – 12:30 Misa.
Jonathan Sonora 17/August/1996 - January/07/2021 R.I.P.
He is survived by his loving parents, Cesar and Esmeralda Sonora; brother, Richard Sonora; aunts, cousins and many loving family and friends. Say a prayer for his soul and eternal peace, for he was a great son, great brother and a great friend. He was deeply loved and will be dearly missed by all who knew him.
A visitation will take place on Friday, January 15, 2021 at St. Rita Catholic Church located at 5550 E. Lancaster Ave., Fort Worth, Tx 76112 from 9:30am – 11:30am with Funeral Mass at 11:30 am – 12:30.